My local library discards stuff all the time, including patron donations. The other day I got two massive world stamp albums for $4, chock full o' stamps. When I was 11 I would have killed for this. I culled out old stuff, reliving my misspent youth, and while doing so found that quite a few stamps feature ancient coins. Aureus of Tetricus (Goldmunze!): Greek drachm: Not a coin, but our old friend Glykon, the puppet-headed snake god: Byzantine Gold something or other: Last but not least, a sestertius of Trajan, with the actual coin to match (to try to preserve a shred of integrity to this post): Trajan Æ Sestertius (105-107 A.D.) Rome Mint [IMP CAES NERVAE TRA]IANO AVG GER DAC [PM TRP COS V P P], laureate bust right, draped left / [SPQR OPTIMO PRINC]IPI S-C, Victory standing right, shield on palm tree inscribed VIC DAC. RIC 527; Cohen 542cf. (25.86 grams / 32 mm) Again, with apologies.